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Absence of binary star orbits.
ContineoDate: Thursday, 11.07.2013, 04:59 | Message # 1
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Hi. I've been using Space Engine for about a year now, but I didn't feel the need to register to the forum until now. I've had one question that I've always wanted to ask: Where are the orbits to the majority of binary stars? Take the 16 Cygni star system for example. And the Eta Cassiopeiae system. Space Engine is one of the best and amazing simulators I've came across biggrin so it confuses me to why it couldn't handle some binary orbits. I'd love some feedback or answers. Thanks.
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 11.07.2013, 05:39 | Message # 2
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Quote (Contineo)
it confuses me to why it couldn't handle some binary orbits

It can handle them just fine, but no one has made a catalog of all the known binary stars for SE yet. If you want to help with that, contribute your scripts to this thread: http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/17-1351-1





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ContineoDate: Thursday, 11.07.2013, 18:34 | Message # 3
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Wow! Thanks a lot! happy Didn't know the thread existed 'til now. I knew someone here would help. tongue
 
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